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the average salary for a family of 4 to live comfortably in Silicon Valley.

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I have a few friends who moved from NYC area to the Silicon Valley.

From what I know, it looks like you’ll need approximately 7,000 per month at the minimum. It is an expensive place to call home given the recent tech boom.

In order to determine your salary needs, I’d suggest consider the following:

You’ll want to figure out your anticipated monthly/annual living costs. These costs will include living expenses (rent, food, utilities), debt (loans, car payments, credit cards), insurance (health, life, car), and miscellaneous expenses (eating out, etc.)
You’ll want to figure out how much needs to be set aside for savings. This can include money for emergencies, retirement, or other long-term financial goals.
Don’t forget to factor in taxes, which will be a minimum of 20%. This should give you a fair idea of the baseline salary you’ll need to live in Silicon Valley. But, it’s always best to expect to need more. You always want there to be a decent-sized cushion between what you have and what you need. view all
I have a few friends who moved from NYC area to the Silicon Valley.

From what I know, it looks like you’ll need approximately 7,000 per month at the minimum. It is an expensive place to call home given the recent tech boom.

In order to determine your salary needs, I’d suggest consider the following:

You’ll want to figure out your anticipated monthly/annual living costs. These costs will include living expenses (rent, food, utilities), debt (loans, car payments, credit cards), insurance (health, life, car), and miscellaneous expenses (eating out, etc.)
You’ll want to figure out how much needs to be set aside for savings. This can include money for emergencies, retirement, or other long-term financial goals.
Don’t forget to factor in taxes, which will be a minimum of 20%. This should give you a fair idea of the baseline salary you’ll need to live in Silicon Valley. But, it’s always best to expect to need more. You always want there to be a decent-sized cushion between what you have and what you need.